April 2023 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
Health Care Landscape
Florida Blue takes on 'unsustainable' health care costs by addressing longstanding challenges in the state's poorest communities.
Florida Blue teams up with local organizations to change attitutes and outcomes.
Florida's poverty rate is 13.1%. In areas selected for investment rates are as high as 32.1%.
Florida Blue's revival of Debs Store in East Jacksonville comes down to sound math.
Florida hospitals are using new technology and strategies to take care of patients where they are most comfortable — at home.
Lawrence Hatch played for a number of pro football teams. Today he's leading First Horizon Bank's Central Florida operations.
Seacoast Bank hangs on to its local appeal while growing to $10B in assets.
Truist's 'chief integrator' guides the bank's transition.
Banking trends pose challenges - and opportunities for Jacksonville.
Florida appointees are serving on branch boards of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.
Coastal Kapital in Sarasota builds on its founder's early mistakes.
Education is the differentiator. It helps define who we are and what is important to us.
"I don't get writer's block."
The state constituion requires only one thing of the Florida Legislature: A balanced budget.
A serial entrepreneur turns inspiration from his daughter into a startup making digital toys for the metaverse.
Rising Tide finds value in hiring people on the autism spectrum.
A side-by-side comparison of post-secondary education options across the state.
Tony Cho's New Flow
The Miami real estate investor and developer has done it all -- and he's only in his 40s. His new venture might be his most ambitious yet.
Around the State
Spring break in Florida dates to 1936; by the 1950s more than 15,000 college students spent the break in Florida.
MIA Taxies into the Lead
Reporting 50.6M travelers, MIA set a record for passenger traffic in 2022.
Port Everglades' new logo is designed to convey its 3 main businesses: Cruise, cargo and energy.
St. Pete is moving forward with an effort to redevelop the city's 56-acre Tropicana Field site.
A two-part program aims to increase Black representation on boards.
A UF professor and researchers from around the US have found a way to make fentanyl less addictive.
Bay County high school students have created a proto-type aid for the visually impaired.
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